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April 1, 2024 Cover

Volume 102, Issue 10

Long touted as a means to speed up the discovery of new ways to identify tumors, the technology also comes with a bunch of caveats

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Quote of the Week

“AI algorithms can identify patterns and relationships that may not be evident to human researchers.”

Ganna Pogrebna, executive director of the Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Futures Institute, Charles Sturt University

  • Carolyn Pearce wants to convert the US’s largest nuclear waste dump to glass

    Understanding the complex chemistry is the key to the safe long-term storage of the US’s nuclear waste legacy

  • Why some human brains don’t break down after thousands of years

    An unexplored mechanism may explain how human brains can be preserved for up to 12,000 years

  • War has deteriorated Ukraine’s science sector

    Restoring damaged buildings and scientific equipment will cost Ukraine $1.26 billion

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Climate Change

US puts $6 billion toward industrial decarbonization

Department of Energy to fund projects from BASF, Dow, and other big chemical firms